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    How to Watch March Madness 2021

    Spring is in the air and March Madness is here! Whether you are participating in the office brackets, just love the game, or need a distraction, March Madness is what’s in season. March Madness started Thursday, March 18th and ends with the final game on Monday, April 5th. Here’s how to watch the games from the comfort of your home.

    Cable

    You can watch for free on local stations with a cable subscription. You’ll also be able to watch the games on devices like  your phone, laptop, Roku, Fire TV or Apple TV with NCAA March Madness Live.

    YouTube

    If you have a YouTube subscription, you can find the games on the CBS or Turner Broadcasting System channels. If you are new to a YouTube premium subscription, you can enjoy a free two week trial. 

    Hulu

    The Hulu Plus Live subscription also includes CBS or the Turner Broadcasting System where all the games can be found. This package comes with a one week free trial for new subscribers.

    AT & T TV

    Another option for many basketball fans is AT & T TV. If you already have a subscription, this is a fantastic option. Unfortunately, there is no free trial. 

    Sling TV

    For those with Sling TV, you’ll be able to watch games aired on the Turner Broadcasting System. Unfortunately, CBS is not included in any of the packages on Sling. 

    fuboTV

    If you have fubo TV, you can watch all of the games being aired on CBS. Unfortunately, it does not include games being aired on the Turner Broadcasting System. They do offer a free seven day trial.

    You can find the full schedule, dates, and times here. No matter where you watch, March Madness is always entertaining and one of the first signs of spring for sports fans. 

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